Alright, I'm not going to beat around the bush on this one: there is often an air of elitism and/or moral/intellectual superiority the permeates a lot of secularist groups.
I see a lot of people who use their secularism as a way to give credence to their claims (not saying this is a problem here, I'm stalking about the community as a whole), and while that in and of itself is a bit of a leap in logic (saying something as a secularist doesn't automatically make the thing you're saying true, nor is every scientific study you find, relevant), I often see that many of the claims made by these same people are either incorrect, or out of date, and they aggressively argue in favor of maintaining that opinion (especially with things regarding mental health, e.g: bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, autism, PTSD, etc.).
So my question is: how do you all deal with this? I know this is a facet of just...people in general - no one likes changing their system of thought or admitting they're wrong, but there is a particular gusto with which certain secularists approach having their opinions called into question, often using their secularism and "critical thinking abilities" as a defense, and it can get quite aggravating.